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Chance of light snow Thursday.

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Extended Forecast

Clouds increase tonight as a weak clipper moves closer into the region. Expect variable winds at 3-6mph with lows down to the low 20s and upper teens.

A clipper sits to our south and will bring a 40% chance of light snow showers to the region. Around a half inch is possible in Duluth, Iron Range, Two Harbors, and Ashland. Expect around 1-2” in I. Falls, Ely, Grand Marais, and Ironwood. Expect cloudy skies and variable winds at 3-6mph. High temps will be in the upper 20s to low 30s.

A cold high pressure system moves in on Friday. Morning lows are near 10 and highs reach the upper teens. Expect partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies throughout the day.

The high pressure system moves east and a low pressure system moves east into northern North Dakota. These two systems bring in a southern flow that will warm us back up and bring in more clouds. Expect cloudy skies with lows in the mid teens and highs in the upper 20s.

The northern low pushes into central Ontario and this brings in a surge of warm air overnight into Sunday morning. Our low Sunday morning will be in the upper 20s. The low pushes east and a cold front begins to move south into the area. This causes overcast skies and ahead of the front the temperature warms to 32. The chance of snow is around 20%.

There’s some disagreement with the models on Monday of the placement of a southern low pressure system. One has it over Chicago, the other over Oklahoma City. They both bring the potential of snow, so will continue with a 50% chance. The models agree on one thing, it’s going to get significantly colder on Monday. In the morning expect temps near 8 and then dropping throughout the day from there!

Adam Clark
Chief Meteorologist
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Adam Clark

Chief Meteorologist

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